Workbench Silencers by George M. Hollenback

By George M. Hollenback

Larsen's most modern is filled with enjoyable, reasonably cheap and brilliantly easy designs, every one with a close schematic. there is an incendiary approach to destroying inaccessible faucets and insects, circuits for detecting mobilephone line cuts and utilization, designs for undetectable cellphone faucets, how you can use off-the-shelf elements to remotely keep watch over a computer virus or cellphone faucet, a few low-power-drain circuits for marking hidden caches and lots more and plenty extra! for educational research purely.

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VOX radios and signal devices are critical tools, but they must be used passively and withoutdetection to be effective. \: D E Q U IP i\l E N T GLINT TAPE: This dull black tape (or squares of it) resembles ordinary duct tape and will not reflect visible light. H owever, th e code d IR light of an AC-130 Sp ectre gunship m akes it brilliantly shine and flash-yet it's visible only to th ose viewing through night vision devi ces. Glint tape is sewn or glued to helmets and shoulders for instant night recognition .

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